Over the past decade, Greg Fleming almost became CEO of Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley. Now, he's put together a deal to head a new money-management venture backed by the Rockefellers.
The analyst Dick Bove cut his recommendations on Goldman Sachs shares to "sell" and says CEO Lloyd Blankfein missed key changes that took place on Wall Street following the financial crisis.
Hogan Lovells partner Allison Schoenthal leads a team of about 40 lawyers who represent big banks like Wells Fargo in consumer cases, according to public records.
As part of our Black Monday series 'Crash of '87 -- TheStreet Special Report' we look at what factors could come to fruition in the near future, three decades after Black Monday.
Sallie Krawcheck wants to close the gender investing -- and retirement -- gaps. And she's hoping her new venture, Ellevest, will do just that.
Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, says client demand for exchange-traded funds is now driving the company's asset inflows.